If you have been diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer, learn more about a gentler way to treat skin cancer.
Welcome to the SkinCure Oncology Press Room. If you’re a journalist with an interest in skin cancer, its causes, prevention, or treatment and outcomes, you’ve come to the right place. In this section of our website, you’ll find:
We’re in the business of providing medical professionals with the ability to offer image-guided superficial radiotherapy directly in their practices. Our passion, however, is for the patient – those who have been diagnosed with non-melanoma and seeking a highly-effective alternative to surgical intervention. With that is mind, we offer to qualified broadcasters and journalists access to all of the above, free of charge.
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If you’re a patient considering Image-Guided SRT as a treatment option and seek information to help you make a better-informed treatment decision, call (855) 462-6302 to speak with a skin cancer information specialist or contact:
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SkinCure Oncology partners with dermatology practices in more than 145 markets throughout the United States, providing non-melanoma skin cancer patients and keloid patients with a non-surgical alternative to Mohs Surgery. To date, more than 25,000 people with basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas have been successfully treated with Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy (IG-SRT).
Our subject-matter experts are available without charge to qualified media outlets, journalists, authors and bloggers. Here are just some of the many topics we’re able to address:
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If you’re in need of a subject-matter expert, contact us and we will connect you with a recognized authority. Subject-matter experts are available for remote and, in some cases, in-studio interviews.
Call our toll-free media hotline at 866-215-0047.
With more than 5 million people a year seeking information on less-invasive skin cancer treatment options, Image-Guided SRT is a growing topic of interest, making for exceptional features across blogs, podcasts, and news broadcasts. We’re happy to share these human-interest stories. Give us a call.
Access the latest white papers and studies on non-melanoma skin cancer and Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy.
The Integration of Superficial Radiotherapy for Skin Cancer in a Dermatology Practice by Steven Scott
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